Tamer Badawi

Tamer Badawi is an associate with the Middle East Directions Programme at the European University Institute, focusing on Iran’s foreign policy toward its neighbors.
 

Tamer Badawi is an associate with the Middle East Directions Programme at the European University Institute, focusing on Iran’s foreign policy toward its neighbors. His research focuses on the political economy of Iran’s relations with Arab countries and with Islamist movements. He was previously a research fellow at Al Sharq Forum in Istanbul. Tamer received an M.A. in International Relations from Central European University, and a B.A. in Oriental Studies from Alexandria University.

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  • الدور القبلي المتزايد في السياسة الشيعية بعد الانتخابات العراقية
    May 17, 2022 عربي
    The Growing Tribal Role in Iraq’s Post-election Shia Politics

    The collision between Iraqi paramilitaries allied with Iran and the Sadrist current risks fueling tribal conflicts in southern Iraq and in other parts of the country.

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  • Iraq's Resurgent Paramilitaries
    April 22, 2021 عربي
    Iraq’s Resurgent Paramilitaries

    Paramilitary surrogates are popping up in Iraq with strong links to existing militant networks. The application Telegram has been crucial in fostering new paramilitary identities.

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  • Kadhimi’s Push Against Iran-Supported Paramilitaries
    September 16, 2020 عربي
    Kadhimi’s Push Against Iran-Supported Paramilitaries

    Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi is likely heading toward a confrontation with the Iran-backed paramilitaries, which could threaten his fledgling coalition.

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  • The Economic Turn in Turkish-Iranian Relations
    March 12, 2020 عربي
    The Economic Turn in Turkish-Iranian Relations

    Despite economic obstacles facing the two countries, Turkey and Iran strive to cement economic relations and maintain their multifaceted relations.

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  • December 11, 2018 عربي
    Iran’s Water Problem

    Water scarcity in Iran threatens not just its agricultural self-sufficiency but may also strain its energy exports in the long term, two sectors it hopes to rely on to weather new economic sanctions.

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  • May 23, 2018 عربي
    Iran’s Economic Leverage in Iraq

    Its economic future in question, Tehran is looking to maintain and increase its influence in Iraq by investing in schemes and projects linked with loyal paramilitary forces.

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  • January 8, 2018 عربي
    Socioeconomic Drivers of the Protests

    Socioeconomic changes have driven the spread of protests across Iran, particularly to provinces facing greater economic inequality.

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  • October 18, 2017 عربي
    The Dilemma of KRG Trade

    Escalating tensions surrounding the Kurdish independence referendum are encouraging Iran to accelerate efforts to diversify trade to Iraq.

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  • June 14, 2017 عربي
    Iran’s Golden Opportunity

    The gulf crisis could provide Iran a major opening to expand its economic, geopolitical, and diplomatic presence in the region.

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  • June 6, 2017 عربي
    Hope for Iran’s Reformists

    Iran’s weak economic recovery eroded Rouhani’s voter base, but municipal victories for his reformist and centrist allies may help his agenda and boost chances for future electoral victories.

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